Borders of Poland

Borders of Poland

The Borders of Poland are 3582 kilometers icon [ Informacje o Polsce - informacje ogólne] . Page gives Polish PWN Encyklopedia as reference.] The neighboring countries are Germany to the west, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, Ukraine and Belarus to the east, and Lithuania and the Russian province of Kaliningrad Oblast to the northeast. To the north, Poland is bordered by the Baltic Sea.
Breakdown of border lengths per country
# Czech Republic: 790km
# Slovakia: 539km
# Ukraine: 529km
# Germany: 467km
# Belarus: 416km
# Russia (Kaliningrad): 210km
# Lithuania: 103km
* sea: 528km

Major border crossings

with Germany
# flag|POL Świnoujście
# flag|POL Kołbaskowo
# flag|POL Kostrzyn nad Odrą
# flag|POL Świecko
# flag|POL Gubin
# flag|POL Olszyna
# flag|POL Zgorzelec with the Czech Republic
# flag|POL Jakuszyce
# flag|POL Kudowa-Słone
# flag|POL Chałupki
# flag|POL Cieszynwith Slovakia
# flag|POL Chyżne
# flag|POL Łysa Polana
# flag|POL Jurgów
# flag|POL Barwinekwith Ukraine
# flag|POL Medyka
# flag|POL Korczowa
# flag|POL Hrebenne

with Belarus

# flag|POL Terespol
# flag|POL Kukuryki
# flag|POL Kuźnica Białostockawith Lithuania
# flag|POL Ogrodniki
# flag|POL Budziskowith Russia (Kaliningrad)
# flag|POL Bezledy

ee also

*Territorial changes of Poland
* Border Guard (Poland)
* Extreme points of Poland
*Geography of Poland
*Polish border crossings
**Polish rail border crossings__NOTOC__


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